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Warrior Weekly: Athletes continuing to compete through video games

WSPN's Dante Coppola dives into how the sports world has transitioned into virtual competitions.

Dante Coppola

May 28, 2020

While the sports world has screeched to an abrupt halt, athletes have teamed up in video games to continue the sports we love, at least to some extent. From football to soccer, here’s how the sports world, and the athletes within, continue to keep us entertained. Madden NFL 20 Celebrity Tournam...

At-home training: spring athletes adapt to losing their season

Boys varsity Junior tennis player Noah Lee stands ready in a singles match during last year's spring season. Corona virus has cancelled all spring sports from continuing the 2020 season. Many athletes continue to train for their sports, even though the season was cancelled. “[I am] doing daily exercise, running, [and] practicing lacrosse with a bounceback,” freshman Marion Hess said.

Deirdre Brown and Jacqueline Cahaly

May 27, 2020

Due to coronavirus, spring sports seasons were canceled and spring athletes such as runners, lacrosse players, baseball players, etc. are trying to find ways to stay in shape and continue practicing their sport. Students have found themselves with much more free time since schools closed. Since online...

Half Hour Hook “Homecourt” Episode 4: Michael Jordan or LeBron James?

Half Hour Hook

Garrett Spooner, Andrew Boyer, and Josh Schreiber

May 22, 2020

WSPN reporter and co-founder of “Half Hour Hook” Andrew Boyer, alongside WSPN sports analyst Garrett Spooner, continue their new series of episodes called “Homecourt,” which covers the quarantined basketball world as well as the rich history of the NBA. This episode wraps up commentary on ESPN's...

“The Last Dance” Documentary showcases the life of NBA legend Michael Jordan

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Sammy Johnson

May 17, 2020

Many people know Michael Jordan as one of the best athletes to ever play the game of basketball, but how much do people actually know about him and his life? ESPN decided to show what the life of legend Michael Jordan looked like and what went on behind the scenes. ESPN came out with a 10-part documentary...

Club sport seasons postponed due to COVID-19

Sophomore James Danforth, a shooting guard for the Boston Warriors, contesting a shot not long after the game began. Athletes, like Danforth, saw their club season get canceled right as it began to kick off.

Dante Coppola

May 14, 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak has canceled or postponed all professional, collegiate and high school sports, and club sports are no exception. Though often overlooked, club sports can be an essential piece to an athlete’s growth. Club seasons are helpful for an athlete looking to work on their game or to potentially...

Half Hour Hook “Homecourt” Episode 3: The Last Dance & Disney World

Half Hour Hook “Homecourt” Episode 3: The Last Dance & Disney World

Andrew Boyer, Sam White, and Garrett Spooner

May 11, 2020

WSPN reporters and co-founders of “Half Hour Hook” Andrew Boyer and Sam White alongside WSPN sports analyst Garrett Spooner continue their new series of episodes called “Homecourt.” This series covers the quarantined basketball world as well as the rich history of the NBA. This episode covers...

COVID-19 complicates athlete’s recruitment process

The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated the college recruiting process taken
 by many junior athletes.

Jimmy Paugh

May 8, 2020

High school athletes are now facing issues with the college recruitment process as a result of the cancellation of several sports seasons, tournaments and camps in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Athletes and coaches typically rely heavily on these opportunities, as both parties are commonly introduced...

Rounding the Bases: AL Central Breakdown

Rounding the Bases: AL Central Breakdown

Josh Schreiber, Garrett Spooner, and Charlie Moore

May 8, 2020

In the fourth installment of "Rounding the Bases," WSPN's Josh Schreiber talks with Garrett Spooner and Charlie Moore. Together, they break down the teams in the American League Central Division, and give their predictions of which players will shine. wspn · Rounding the Bases: AL Central Breakdown Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 1:22 - Detroit Tigers 7:04 - Kansas City Royals 14:26 - Chicago White Sox 21:31 - Break 22:29 - Cleveland Indians 30:10 - Minnesota Twins 44:13 - Outro...

Sports Junkies Episode 33: Gronk and Brady Reunite

Sports Junkies Episode 33: Gronk and Brady Reunite

Aiden Chitkara and CJ Brown

May 5, 2020

In the bi-weekly series Sports Junkies, WSPN’s CJ Brown and Aiden Chitkara give their take on the state of national and local sports. In the thirty-third installment of the podcast, the hosts discuss the craziness of the world and their withdrawals from sports. After, the duo recaps the first two episodes...

Jason Shu: Another set toward success

Sophomore Jason Shu watches an ongoing meet before it’s his turn to race.

Jonathan Zhang

April 30, 2020

For sophomore Jason Shu, swimming is more than just a sport. It’s a safe haven from the challenges of school, and something that keeps him going. Although Shu was recently crowned fastest sophomore in the breaststroke event at the Massachusetts state meet, he was not always the strongest swimmer, and...

Rounding the Bases: AL East Breakdown

Rounding the Bases: AL East Breakdown

Josh Schreiber, Garrett Spooner, and Charlie Moore

April 27, 2020

In the second installment of "Rounding the Bases," WSPN's Josh Schreiber, Charlie Moore and Garrett Spooner discuss the American League East Division in the MLB. Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 2:59 - Baltimore Orioles 14:18 - Toronto Blue Jays 22:30 - Boston Red Sox 36:04 - Break 36:45 - Tampa Bay Rays 48:43 - New York Yankees 1:00:51 - Outro...

Rounding the Bases Episode 3: MLB Scandals

Rounding the Bases Episode 3: MLB Scandals

Josh Schreiber, Charlie Moore, and Garrett Spooner

April 26, 2020

In the third installment of "Rounding the Bases," WSPN's Josh Schreiber talks with Charlie Moore and Garrett Spooner about the recent MLB cheating scandals that have taken over the league. wspn · Rounding the Bases: MLB Scandals Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 1:20 - Red Sox and Astros Scandal discussion 26:44 - Break 27:18 - General Takeaways 37:45 - Outro...

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